View Full Version : Bad Boys Scenic Design Selling 2 3-D Scair Chambers!

11-07-2007, 06:24 PM
We are selling both of our 3-D Walk-Through ScAir Chambers!
These Chambers are 2 years old and we will sell them as a pair or separately.

Both Chambers have been used at Terror on the Fox and inside of a Halloween Express Superstore as an addition to both events.

Both chambers have been painted by Stuart Smith

Click the following link to see one of the chambers being painted.

Chamber 1 has been painted following an “Evil Clown” theme.

Click the following link to view more photos of the “Evil Clown Carnival”

Chamber 2 is called “Carnage” and is painted with a cemetery / Zombie theme.

Click the following link to view more photos of “Carnage”

These Chambers measure 30’ x 30’ and are approximately 15’ tall at the peak!
That’s 900 sq. ft of inflatable Haunt! These chambers have 4 dividing walls per unit to separate them into 4 different rooms or each Chamber can be used as one huge open space!

Both Chambers are in great shape. The inner dividing walls have some wear and tear that can be fixed easily. (The inner dividing walls are separate of the main Chambers and simply Velcro on and off.)

These Chambers roll up for easy storage and are about twice the size of a large garbage can; they can be set up and taken down by 2 people (although 3 is easier). Each Chamber comes with divider walls, floor, and air blower.

Price is $6000 per Chamber if sold separately or $11,000 for the pair plus shipping.

I will post the weight, shipping cost, and fire rating of the Chambers soon.

For more information please contact Ken Fruzen at 920-676-9754 or e-mail us at info@terroronthefox.com

11-08-2007, 08:48 AM
Each Chamber will also come with a box of Chromadepth 3-D Glasses.

03-25-2008, 01:38 PM
Our Chambers are still available if anyone is interested!

03-25-2008, 07:21 PM
Hey Mike, whats the overall wheight for each one, and the fire rating also please?

03-26-2008, 06:16 AM
Did you build facades?

What do the outsides look like?


03-26-2008, 09:13 AM
No Facades, they are black on the outside and have velcro along the top edges. If you wanted to hang artwork or signs it would be pretty simple.

Here is a photo of Carnage being painted inside of a barn (go figure) in Southern Wisconsin 2 years ago. They are pretty impressive!


Brad I will post your requested info today.

Take care,

Mike "Tattoo" Krausert

03-26-2008, 01:28 PM
I saw these in Denver.

If I had money right now I'd take them. Well worth the price for pre-painted instant haunt.

damon carson
03-26-2008, 02:12 PM
Thats quite a facade! The Evil Combine of Death! AHHHHHHHhhhhh! Imagine mangled Ghostride props in those blades!

03-26-2008, 02:35 PM
How do these do in the wind ?

03-26-2008, 08:18 PM
They do surprisingly well in the wind when anchored down, I would not suggest sustained winds over 40mph.

Brad, I am still waiting for one of my partners to e-mail the info you inquired about .(hopefully soon)

And yes! Those Ghost Ride props would look killer in that combine!

Take Care,


Greg Chrise
03-26-2008, 08:26 PM
I'm seeing a very scary vinyl pool liner with underwater lights! Does Stewart know how to scuba dive for touch ups?

03-27-2008, 05:21 AM
>>>>> Still INTERESTED<<<<<

03-27-2008, 02:26 PM
That is some wicked art work! How is it holding up with putting the haunt up and take down and storage? Can a buyer take a look at them set up before purchase? Where are they located? Thanks.